from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- LakeBalaton A lake of west-central Hungary southwest of Budapest. It is the largest lake in central Europe, with many tourist and health resorts.
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- proper n. a freshwater lake in Hungary
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- n. a large shallow lake in western Hungary
He said the department had contracted Iscor to build "Balaton" classrooms which were more durable than pre-fabricated constructions, African Eye News Service reported.
She said she was exhausted and had been called by her son's family to join them at their home in Lake Balaton, 55 kilometers east of Devecser.
I actually like it, but I also like it in its various forms, whether Chinon or from Walla Walla or Napa or Lake Balaton or Kincaid.
Shortly after arriving in a small town near Lake Balaton their vacation is part of their training for a competition to be accepted into a boarding school for athletes, the two sisters from rural Saxony wander across the street from the train station to explore an open air flea market.
This spring, Ingendesign will start building 1: 1 prototypes to be placed along Lake Balaton in Hungary, where wind-conditions are comparable to those along Colombian shores.
After my grandparents left, our family went for the last time to a summer vacation on Lake Balaton.
That was my world: atop that Buda hill, with summer trips to magic Lake Balaton.
From sports, to theater life, to the difficulty of booking a room at a hotel on Lake Balaton if you are not among the Party elite, he covered every detail of life in our forgotten corner of Europe from 1947 until 1955.
At Lake Balaton, my father drinks beer and shares intimacies with a woman not my mother.
It was a sleepaway camp, and, to me, used to summer vacations with my parents at the Balaton, there was nothing appealing about it.
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